Name Change

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How To Change Your Name

Changing your name is a relatively simple procedure that can usually be done without a lawyer. Just about anyone can change his or her name, for any good reason.




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Question: I left an abusive marriage in another state 16 years ago. My husband has died. This was a second marriage so I want to go back to the name prior to this marriage since I have adult children with that name and plan to be buried with the first husband. What will I need to proceed with this name change.
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Question: How to change the name of my Newborn Child? Is a hearing still required?
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Question: I have used the last name of my mothers second husband for my whole life. I was unaware that I was not officially adopted or entitled to use the name until recently with the new ID law coming into effect. Can I change my name legally now. If I do so will my wife have change her name. even though we were married several years ago? every thing I own is in the last name of my step dad does that matter if I change it now?
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Question: I would like to change my last name. What would be the first thing I would need to do?
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Question: Hello, I got my name changed in Tucson years ago, but can't find the document proof! I've moved away from the area to another state. Is there a way I can get the proof of a name change paper mailed to me?
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